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Jamaat-e-Islami

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Shehbaz invites Jamaat-e-Islami to support opposition in the no-confidence motion

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KHYBER NIGHT|With Dr. Muhammad Iqbal Khalil|Leader Jamaat-e-Islami Pakistan||05 Jan 2020| AVT Khyber

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Jihad Without Borders - Real Face Of Jamat E Islami - Pakistan At War - by roothmens

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Demos for and against life sentence for Jamaat-e-Islami leader

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Jamaat-e-Islami holds political rally, says US has caused problems in Pakistan

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جماعت اسلامی اسلام آباد کے زیراہتمام حقوق کراچی واک، لوگوں کی بڑی تعداد شریک ہے #JI_KarachiSolidarityDay https://t.co/cCkVghT794

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عوام پر مہنگائی کے کوڑے برسائےجارہے ہیں ، سینیٹر سراج الحق https://t.co/8GxLxYPawe

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قوم کو ٹائیگر فورس نہیں سستی اشیا کی ضرورت ہے ، سینیٹر سراج الحق @SirajOfficial https://t.co/roYke3JAkU

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سود اللہ اور اُس کے رسول ؐ کے ساتھ جنگ ہے،سودی کاروبار سے چھٹکارا وقت کا تقاضا ہے،سینیٹر سراج الحق https://t.co/XNo3h8RjHr

Jamaat-e-Islami,, abbreviated JI, is a socially conservative and Islamist political party based in Pakistan. Its objective is the transformation of Pakistan into an Islamic state, governed by Sharia law, through a gradual legal, and political process. JI strongly opposes capitalism, communism, liberalism, socialism and secularism as well as economic practices such as offering bank interest. JI is a vanguard party: its members form an elite with "affiliates" and then "sympathizers" beneath them. The party leader is called an ameer. Although it does not have a large popular following, the party is quite influential and considered one of the major Islamic movements in Pakistan, along with Deobandi and Barelvi.
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  • Syed Abul A'la Maududi (1941–1972) 

  • Founding of JI in colonial India 

  • Pakistan 

  • Mian Tufail Mohammad (1972–1987) 

  • Qazi Hussain Ahmad (1987–2008) 

  • Successful long march against Bhutto's government 

  • Sayyed Munawer Hassan (2008–2014) 

  • Siraj ul Haq (2014–present) 

  • Organisations 

  • Connections with insurgents 

  • Leaders